The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes S04E02 The Devil's Foot

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes S04E02   The Devil's Foot

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  1. So: if Brett and Rathbone were in the same episode and ONE of them was playing Moriarity, which of the two would it be? I'm voting for Brett. He does "asshole" much better than Basil…(nothing to do with this episode, of course…)

  2. Holmes littering the Cornish coast with drugs, syringes, broken glass and rubbish! Poor show old chap, poor show!!! lol

  3. Either the murderer was really dumb or really unlucky. He tries to kill his family at the exact same time the greatest and most famous detective in the country is coincidentally in the neighborhood. If he had heard Holmes was there before meeting him, he's dumb. If he hadn't – unlucky. Ended up dead anyway, Holmes or no Holmes.

  4. And somewhere on the beach, amidst the white sand, if you care to search after ploughing, a 💉syringe buried centuries ago is to be found.
    And if submarines go deep in the ocean ,they're most likely to come across a shattered glass lamp thrown centuries ago
    😀😀😀😀

  5. I love Jeremy Brett as Sherlock, and Teddy is the only believable Watson. These stories are never irrelevant, they are as engaging today as they were when written.

  6. Somehow I have stumbled upon some good watching! Never heard of this series with this actor only because I’ve never been a Sherlock Holmes follower until Benedict C but I am enjoying it. His take on Holmes is quite good and the stories are engaging. Binge watching !

  7. Lee
    As a parent and former special needs teacher, I welcome your public statement regarding cocain. It demonstrates a depth of public responsibility that other productions might consider emulating ?

  8. "I could imagine his giving a friend a little pinch of the
    latest vegetable alkaloid, not out of malevolence, you understand, but simply out of a spirit of inquiry in order to have an accurate idea of the effects. To do him justice, I think that he would take it himself with the same readiness." — Stamford to Dr Watson in reference to Sherlock Holmes in chapter 1 of "A Study In Scarlet.

  9. For the most part, Brett IS the penultimate Holmes. Suchet is quite a good Poirot, THOUGH I did read that Christie herself liked Albert Finney as Poirot in the wonderful film Murder on the Orient Express.
    This indeed is an outstanding episode.

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